Volkswagen Phaetons on CarDomain.com
The Phaeton is a car named after a greek sun god, and it isn’t often seen on roads in America. It was a car designed to take down luxury class leaders and was introduced in 2002 at the Geneva Motor Show. Since we last posted about the Phaeton, we’ve had a lot of customers and site visitors wanting us to post more about it. So here’s a little treat for Phaeton fanatics — a look at some of the cleanest and coolest Phaetons on CarDomain.com
This extremely clean Phaeton is sporting a few subtle customizations, including aftermarket wheels and a very meaty set of tires!
Another super clean Phaeton, driven around by its owner in Milwaukee, WI. This car seems very well maintained.
This dark-as-night Phaeton looks sinister with tinted windows and aftermarket wheels.
A very well-kept 2003 shows us how a well-built car can still look brand new over a decade later when the owner takes care of it.
This ride looks well maintained and since it’s in stock form, it will probably bring in a lot of money as a collectible one day.
While there aren’t a ton rolling around for sale, if you can find one, they are a heck of a buy! They could possibly be one of the best bargains on the used car market right now. Although these are well-built cars with all of the luxury car trappings and a bit of power to boost, they have experienced a huge depreciation over the years — so snag one up if you want a lot of car for not a lot of cash.